Though perhaps not the prettiest fish in the sea, Geoduck Clams are a distinct, delicious, and invigorating shellfish. Cherished in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cuisines, Geoducks are sweet, zingy, and not too fishy, making them as wonderful for sashimi or ceviche as for hot pot or stir frys.
Native to the Pacific Northwest, Geoducks are the largest burrowing saltwater clam in the world, with shells up to eight inches long and soft bodies that can stretch over three feet when unfurled. Though a source of pride in their endemic region, Geoducks are more widely beloved on other continents than the remainder of North America.
Pacific Northwest, United States
3 geoducks per order, ~1lb each